Picking up the pieces in Arizona.
After a deadly shooting rampage on Saturday - killed six - including a 9 year old girl and a Federal Judge.
Fox's Rich Johnson - spoke to Lana and JP at KTRH - from Tucson, AZ:
"Well - its now time to start remembering the victims with a mass at a major Catholic Church in Tucson tonight. President Obama coming to the University of Arizona tomorrow - for a service. And then Thursday funeral for the nine year old girl - Christina Green - who died in the shootings on Saturday."
And as for the shooter:
"He is a nutcase - but fortunately for us - the law allows you to be nuts - and still be guilty of a crime - if you can tell the difference between right and wrong. So - you know - this guy - I've already seen evidence that this guy knew what he was doing was wrong - in the form of a letter he wrote asking for forgiveness - or asking for people to forgive him. You don't ask for forgiveness unless you know what you're going to do is wrong."
That was Former Federal Prosecutor Fred Tecce.
"His defense - the only defense he has quite frankly - is you know - whether or not he had the requisite the law calls the requisite intent - you know - to commit murder. And so - those are his defenses. But you know - after John Hinkley tried to shoot President Reagan - Congress made it harder to win on an insanity defense - and he has an uphill battle under the law, and the defense."
That was Tecce - speaking with Dan Kennedy at affiliate WOC in Davenport, IA.
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords - the target of the attack - remains in critical condition after being shot in the head by 22 year old John Loughin - at point blank range.
I'm Jessica Curtis, and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.